Wang's visit would the first high-level trip by a Chinese official to India after the Dokalam standoff.
The 73-day-long Dokalam standoff ended on August 28 after Chinese troops stopped building a key road close to India's Chicken Neck corridor. India had objected to the construction highlighting its security concerns. The road was being built by the Chinese troops in the area also claimed by Bhutan.
"According to our information, Wang will meet with the top officials of India and detailed information will be released in due course," Geng said.
During the RIC meeting, the three foreign ministers will exchange views on major international and regional issues of common concern and deepen trilateral pragmatic cooperation, he said.
"We believe under the joint efforts of the three parties, this meeting will achieve expected outcomes," he said.
Media reports previously said the RIC meeting was planned for April this year but Wang did not confirm dates in the backdrop of China's protests over the Dalai Lama visiting Arunachal Pradesh in the same month.
China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of South Tibet.
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